India is transforming in all sectors. Its annual GDP growth rate was 4% in the year 2000 and now it is scoring over 8%. The different sectors except some are booming and so the slick modern-day architecture is going upward signaling the booming Indian economy.
India’s attraction towards modern-day architecture actually first started some 15 years back during the time of IT Revolution.
Outstanding high-rise buildings, shopping complexes, the taller, the larger, the greener complexes are growing now in every metro cities.
It seems India is in a hurry to present itself as global power.
Infosys Technologies established 270-acre, $119 million campus, Global Education Center in Mysore of cost $65.4 million. Its smooth, ultramodern design might remind corporate buildings in Silicon Valley.
Wipro hired Vidur Bhardwaj to design its Gurgaon office as the traditional haveli. Tata Consultancy Services hired Uruguayan architect Carlos Ott to open a $200 million campus in Chennai. That building will look like centuries-old South Indian temples.
India is taking forward its cultural heritage and architectural contributions as genuine pride even in the 21st century.